The Very Best Motorhome Accessories
After learning the hard way which motorhome accessories are worthwhile and which are a waste of space we’ve rounded up over 50 of the top accessories for a motorhome.
We’ve got motorhome accessories that you will actually use for everything. From accessories to tidy up your motorhome kitchen to our top rated camping accessories and cooking gadgets.
For a full campervan essentials kit list check out this article complete with a free campervan packing tick sheet.
So now that you’re all set with all of your essential campervan and motorhome kit packed and ready to go – lets get stuck into those extra special, or less known about campervan accessories.
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Campervan Kitchen Accessories
Every campervan needs a bunch of well of thought out kitchen accessories to maximise space efficiency, here’s our very best motorhome kitchen accessories:
Again an absolute blessing when space saving, we use ours all the time. Great for washing up out doors when the weather is nice, and also a nifty extra storage box for when we’re on the move (although it quite often just contains our dirty breakfast bowls which we couldn’t be bothered to wash before setting off) – get yours here.
Motorhome Cooking Accessories
Different to the motorhome kitchen accessories previously mentioned these are motorhome accessories that will make cooking an absolute breeze or a little bit of a different experience.
We’ve heard rave reviews of ridge monkey so we’ve bought one during lockdown and will update as to our experience once we’ve properly used it. We have used it at home a few times and it does seem excellent on first impressions
Accessories for Camping
It’s not all about your motorhome, you’ll also need some excellent camping accessories – here’s our pick of the bunch
Keep that dirt and sand at bay by utilising a tough rug when parked up for a couple of days. This hard wearing picnic blanket can either peg in using the attached pegs or fill the corners with pebbles or sand.
All the rage at the moment the CampingGaz Party Grill has to be the king of camping barbecues – either plug into your motorhome gas supply if you have an external tap, or buy a small gas canister to go with it.
What about accessories for your motorhome – here’s the top motorhome accessories to keep your vehicle running smoothly.
Perhaps you won’t need that breakdown after all . Always keep a basic automobile toolkit on board to get you out of a jam. Useful for much beyond just vehicle maintenance we often dip in and out of our toolkit on the road for various reasons.
Campervan Storage Accessories
Packing a campervan is almost never simple – utilising that precious cupboard space is absolutely critical to get right – here’s some motorhome gadgets to help you to out
Traveling with a Dog - Must Have Accessories
Traveling with a dog in your motorhome is definitely rewarding – check out these dog accessories to make the experience a breeze
For more on traveling with your dog check out our full article on how to travel with your dog.
Gone are the days of forgetting to empty the dogs waterbowl and arriving to a large puddle on the floor. Leave this bowl full and some sort of witchcraft prevents it spilling while your bumping along the B597.
Perfect for containing a wet a dog and preventing muddy shakes all over your van or the pub your visiting. Equafleeces help to dry your dog fast and they double up as coats as well. Fast drying for the all round king of dog travel accessories.
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Motorhome Living Accessories
What about accessories for actually living in your motorhome and making the experience more comfortable, enjoyable and easier. This is our favourite items for motorhome living:
Do away with giant satellite dishes and power into the online world. Fire TV sticks are increasingly popular as a way to watch movies, live TV and binge watch your latest series on Prime Video(click the banner below)
Motorhome Electrical Accessories
The best electrical gadgets for your motorhome – from useful gadgets to the best charging devices.
Head Torch, Lantern and Torch
Try to avoid stepping in dog muck! Seriously useful for if you need to be hands free – walking a child to the loo, peeking under the van to see where that awful noise is coming from, pretending you’re a drone zooming about the field. All valid reasons for having a head torch.
Use a camping lantern to cast a glow not a spot light for lighting up an entire area.
Torch – Maglite is our go to brand; Tough, long lasting and dependable.
We always take a load of battery banks with us every time we go away.
Ranging from tiny pocket sized devices, to medium sized banks for a little more juice all the way up to a 240v bank to keep the laptop going a little longer. We’re probably going to invest in one of these beasties next as well for true mastery of battery power.
Pro Tip: Every time you drive somewhere plug in all of your electrical devices: Phones, tablets, battery banks, smart watches etc. Use a multi usb charger to get everything charged for your next destination.
More powerful and providing a stronger signal than a typical smart phone mobile wifi (sometimes referred to as mifi) is a wonderful option if you spend a lot of time in the middle of nowhere. This TP-Link device is a brilliant option.
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Top Accessories for Exploring Away from your Motorhome
Take a step away from your motorhome into the wilderness and you’re going to need a few more accessories to help you to explore. This is some of the coolest kit you’ll have in your campervan and will make your adventures so much more exciting.
So much better for traipsing down to the beach with you, or as a general purpose towel if you have a smaller van. Bonus points in that sand does not stick to these towels by some sort of witchcraft which makes it so much more pleasant.
Want to whizz into town but not keen on cycling – These compact, foldable scooters are a super neat option and pack down into a great little compact shape. If you’ve space to store them then these a great way to explore.
Must Have Motorhome Security Accessories
Security isn’t all about theft prevention. Nearly all motorhomes carry gas on board and a carbon monoxide alarm (placed at floor level!) is an absolutely critical piece of motorhome kit that you need.
Best Motorhome Accessories Summary
So there you have it – our roundup of the best motorhome accessories that are actually useful!
What wouldn’t you leave home without – let us know in the comments!
Now you’ve got all your gadgets sorted why not check out our 5 Epic UK Road Trips!
Until next time, Go Explore!